It’s bloom season, and that means it’s time to switch your fertilizer. Plants in the flowering stage need a fresh ratio of ingredients to transition successfully from growing stalks, stems, and leaves to bursting out with beautiful blooms. So what nutrients are most important right now?
Your plants want all they can get of phosphorus and potassium to bloom and fruit after a successful vegetative phase. With a ton of organic nutrients that feature robust and diverse sources of both of these major nutrients as well as a host of micronutrients, Geoflora BLOOM is just what your plants need to flourish in the next phase of growth.
Phosphorus Aplenty for Beautiful Blooms
A vital nutrient for photosynthesis, phosphorus aids in the early growth of young plants, stimulates root development, and increases resistance to common plant diseases. Because it does so much, this element is needed throughout the grow cycle from seed to harvest, although plants tend to uptake more when they’re getting ready to flower.
While excess phosphorus doesn’t burn plants in the same way that nitrogen does, a buildup of this nutrient can still lead to poor plant growth and eventually plant death. For this reason, it’s important to include fast and slow-release sources of phosphorus in your feeding regimen.
Geoflora BLOOM employs multiple sources of phosphorus for a balanced breakdown and distribution of nutrients over time. For a reliable source of fast-release phosphorus, Geoflora utilizes bat guano. Slow-release components are available too, and include bone meal, crustacean meal, and bat guano. Geoflora BLOOM is the perfect choice to support your plants as they transition to the flowering phase.
Potassium-Fueled Ingredients for Flowering
Potassium is another crucial element for plant growth, aiding in the transport of water, carbs, and sugars throughout the plant body. Potassium improves drought tolerance, aids in food production for the plant, and is essential for the successful ripening of fruits and flowers. This nutrient is vital at all points of plant growth, but especially during the flowering stage.
While it’s hard to overfeed potassium to your plants, excessive levels of this nutrient can lead to stunted growth, nitrogen deficiency, yellowing leaves, and red veins. Geoflora keeps the ratio balanced with potassium-rich nutrient sources, including kelp meal, potassium sulfate, composted turkey litter, and neem seed meal.
Geoflora BLOOM contains the right amount of potassium to ensure your plants get the nutrients they need to efficiently transport water, carbs, and sugars so they can thrive in the flowering stage.
Micronutrients to Round Out Your Harvest
While plants have a critical need for the big three nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium), micronutrients are also essential for plant development, ensuring greater yield, bigger blooms, and better harvest quality overall.
Micronutrients, including iron, calcium, boron, manganese, copper, nickel, and zinc, have a huge impact on plant growth, flower set, amino acid production, and overall crop quality. Geoflora ensures your plants have access to all of the micronutrients they need with a robust profile of organic ingredients that include many beneficial trace elements and minerals. Some of the great additives in Geoflora that bring valuable carbs, minerals, and nutrients to your grow include molasses, yucca, humic acid, composted turkey litter, fossilized seabird guano, neem seed meal, and volcanic ash!
Geoflora features these incredible ingredients and micronutrient profiles, as well as beneficial bacteria to aid in nutrient availability, ensuring your plant gets what it needs to grow to its fullest potential.
Quality Harvests Need Quality Ingredients
For a flowering stage fertilizer with a diverse range of high-quality organic ingredients geared for blooming, Geoflora BLOOM can’t be beat. With 19 different inputs and a boost of beneficial bacteria to aid in nutrient breakdown, Geoflora BLOOM has everything your plants need to thrive in the flowering stage and ensure a successful harvest. Take an even closer look at the science behind our ingredients here.